Bills Mobile Hitch & Tow Bar Installation

Supplemental Braking Systems


Supplemental Braking Systems

A supplemental braking system is a unique but advanced system developed to break your towed vehicle appropriately when connected with a motor vehicle or any towing vehicle. It is a simple, convenient, and straightforward proportional braking that works without much hassle. Most of us prefer supplemental braking systems because of their flexibility, better functioning, and added safety.

Your motor home is not ideally designed to stop the extra weight of a vehicle being towed behind. Even if you have a highly efficient braking system with a capacity greater than the weight of the dingy, your motor home’s brakes will still be significantly stressed while attempting to brake that heft. 


Using an auxiliary brake system can help you get a safer, more reliable, and controllable towing experience. Using a supplemental braking system, you ensure that your dinghy will brake along with your RV, limiting the force exerted and, therefore, handling the stress on the towbar. If you want to maintain your home motor warranty and a safe travel experience, you must switch to professional help. We at Bills Mobile Hitch And Tow Bar Installation provide you with premium quality supplemental brain systems. Wear and tear, depreciation and attrition- our supplemental brakes are highly helpful in dealing with such problems and the vehicle’s frame. In addition, we also take care of every requirement in case of braking systems to provide you with a convenient and safe journey.

FAQs (Frequently Ask Questions)

What is a Supplemental braking system?

A supplemental braking system is designed to provide braking facilities during the towing process. It is safe and provides more control than an ordinary braking system. A proportional braking technique works seamlessly during long trips.

How does the braking system work?

The braking system works on the mechanism of controlling the motion of an object by applying resistance to motion. The system consists of a mini cylinder that puts pressure on the brake caliper. As a result, pistons press against the disc, which creates friction to slow the spinning wheel of the vehicle.